when senior poverty is increasing, at a time when we have 20% youth unemployment in this country, in my humble opinion, you do not balance the budget on the backs of the most vulnerable people in this country, working people, the elderly, the children, the sick and low-income people. that is not what you do. what you do do is go to those people who are doing very, very well and say to them you know what, welcome to the united states of america, you are part of our country, you are part of our economy, this country has problems now. you, if you're a large corporation, one out of four large corporations paying nothing in federal income taxes, you're going to have to start paying your taxes. you can't just stash your money in the cayman islands and in other tax havens. and if you are an extremely wealthy person doing very well, you are going to have to contribute more in tax revenue. the bottom line is we need to create jobs in this country, we need to protect the most vulnerable people in this country, and we need to do it in a way that is morally right and which makes good economic sense.